Heartbreak Love Quotes

Heartbreak Love Quotes


Heartbreak love quotes have always been been popular because many people have had experiences dealing with a brokenheart or feelings of rejection. I was lucky enough to have had both.

Heartbreak love quotes communicate the longing and passion in a person who has lost love in such a way that those of us who have suffered in this way can identify.

Favorite Heartbreak Love Quotes

One of my favorite heartbreak love quotes come from Samuel Butler. Sadly this heartbreak love quote about lost love was published in one of his works after he had already died:

-It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all-

Do you have a hearbreak love quote you would like share?

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11 Comments

    H. Mickey Gill

    Better to have loved and lost but never to have loved at all? I have just one question about that: WHY?????

    Shelby

    Thanks for the heartbreak love quote. That’s something I’ve wondered about too… it hurts to lose people that we love, but it’s really great that we had the chance to love them. But even knowing that, it doesn’t make the pain any less real, or any better. It’s still there, aching and constant. It’s still a heart break.

    I love you though, so don’t give up.

    Pia_Yunho

    “It’s better to die on the top of danger than see my love in the hands of others”

    conor evans

    these are like amazing so how bout this one:

    “Maybe i should pin my heart to my back, so you can watch it break as i walk away”

    conor evans

    or how about:

    “I love you not just for who you are, but for who i am when i’m with you”

    ayen

    i got my heart broken recently and the quote that keeps running in my mind is….. “i love him too much that i want him to be free even from me”!

    Aubree

    Heartbreak sucks! I got a good one.

    ‘If your heart is the strongest muscle in your body then why the hell does it break so easily?”

    Angel

    We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love, never so forlornly unhappy as when we have lost our love object or its love.
    ~ Sigmund Freud ~

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